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Have you taken the time to catch up on current events? We didn't think so. Well, we've got your back. Find out about the battle brewing between Tyga and Blac Chyna, watch Kendrick Lamar receive an award from the state of California and what Diddy wants to do for black communities. Also, check out a classic KING gallery featuring the beautiful Dawn Richard.

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    Kanye West and Nicki Minaj to Perform at 2015 Billboard Music Awards

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    Kanye West and Nicki Minaj are the latest additions to the list of artists performing at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. This will be Kanye West's first time performing at the show.

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    Jadah Doll is One Sexy Model You Should Know

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    The Eye Candy from XXL today is young model Jadah Doll, who is a devoted Christian and drop dead gorgeous. She's big on YouTube for her tutorials and continues to garner more fans with her pictures.

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    Diddy Wants to Do more to Help Black Communities

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    Diddy was recently interviewed by Billboard and spoke about the frustrations of black communities and impoverished people people in the United States. He said, "As an African-American man, I have a responsibility in the future. I want to be able to do more things to affect change.”

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    Blac Chyna is Fighting Tyga for Full Custody of Their Son

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    Blac Chyna is reportedly seeking full custody of King Cairo, her and Tyga's child. He'll be starting preschool soon and she believes he needs more stability instead of going back and forth between her home and Tyga's.

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    Kendrick Lamar Receives Generational Icon Award from California State Senate

    Kendrick Lamar was presented with the 35th "Generational Icon Award" by the California State Senate. The award was given by Senator Isadore Hall and celebrates Lamar's work in his hometown of Compton, California.